Schtulman’s recent book, Scienceblind: Why Our Intuitive Theories About the World Are So Often Wrong, is filled with confusions.
In 1982, paleontologists Niles Eldredge and Ian Tattersall noted that it is a “myth that the evolutionary histories of living beings are essentially a matter of discovery.”
As often happens, Darwinists have things exactly upside-down.
Darwinists have compared intelligent design to Lysenkoism, but they have it backward.
Swamidass and BioLogos profess a commitment to “gracious dialogue.”
Readers of Evolution News are probably familiar with — perhaps even bored with — the classic story of peppered moths.
Stephen L. Talbott asks why the public is still so skeptical of evolution.
Every few years we are treated to glowing news stories about how Darwin’s iconic finches are still evolving that, as usual, are full of hype.
Why onion cells have five times as much DNA as human cells is an interesting question.
Despite several generations of relentless indoctrination, funded by hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars, some students still doubt evolution.